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calling for far stronger sanctions against the secret dictatorship. the missile landed closer to the russian coastline than ever before and putting moscow on high alert today. >> this one day after pyongyang would hold talks to the united states if conditions were right. turn to the search of the new fbi director. look at this. eight on the screen there. more who have been interviewed. the hopeful at d.o.j. this weekend. president trump is speaking out on the timing of the former fbi director's firing. >> was this the wrong time to fire jim comey? >> is there no right time. let's say i did it on the january 20th, the opening? that would have been the big story as opposed to the inauguration. while the white house spend the weekend looking for a new fbi director, james comey, the former director, was spotted attending a broadway music "fun home." and having his picture taken there with the cast. he is really, really tall one in
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the back! >> exactly. so we should be looking for a line going into the justice department. at least eight more people we know are being considered to replace fired fbi dr. james com comey. >> they have all been seen going into the department of justice building this weekend. as for president trump he tells fox news he could make a decision on the hire before leaving for an overseas trip at the end of this week. >> so let's go to ryan nobles. he has got some more information for us this morning. ryan, what are you hearing? good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. this could be a big week for the trump administration, no doubt about that. the president has a very important decision to make and as you guys mentioned, a parade of candidates yesterday making their way to the justice department. more will be there today being vetted by a team that includes the attorney general jeff sessions and deputy attorney general rod rosenstein. according to jeff zellin, senior white house correspondent, a small group will meet one-on-one with the president before he
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makes his final decision. among those considers is judge henry hudson a former prosecutor. the federal judge who presided over the michael vick dog fighting case if you remember that. mike rogers and andrew mccabe, the acting director. the possibility that the president puts an interim director in place before making the push for the final choice one that could come with a political fight as democrats and some republicans have raised questions about the way james comey was fired. now there are some concerns about the selection process, in particular, the role of attorney general sessions who has recused himself from all matters related to russia but still actively involved in comey's firing and also involved in the picking of his replacement. the president signaled yesterday as you mentioned his decision could come quickly even before he leaves on this first big foreign trip at the end of next
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week. >> ryan nobles, thank you so much for wrapping it up for us. we appreciate it. >> thank you. the fbi agents association is endorsing we should point out mike rogers. he is the former chairman of the house permanent select committee on intelligence and in full disclosure also a cnn national security commentator so we will speak to the president of the fbi agents association in a few minutes. our panel is tom and james. good morning to you. i want to start with you, tom. we have got the list of those candidates who have been up at doj this weekend. eight here. there have been more. is anyone here more viable choice than any other? is there a front-runner? >> well, looking back on the past week, it does look like based on thursday's testimony that perhaps andrew mccabe, the acting director, may not be a front-runner. i think that we can say safely after he kind of perhaps whether
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he did it intentionally or not, undercut a lot of the white house's arguments regarding the russia probe and the firing of james comey. looking forward, do they take john cornyn? a top republican inside the senate, someone with, you know, a lot of stature and a lot of connections. do you go with mike rogers, someone well known? you know? those could be good picks but they are fought with peril because the rank in file have difficulty with that. hard to say at this point. >> james, i want you to listen to what florida congressman charlie crist said about this process, a former florida governor. >> you have the investigated, the president, selecting the person who will be investigating him. and so you have to wonder about how objective can that whole scenario be? >> question is what is the
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alternative here? you can't take everyone above the position for which they are interviewing out of the process. you've got the deputy g who wrote the letter recommending the dismissal. you've got the attorney general who said he would recuse himself. the acting -- the fbi director is applying for the job. >> right. there is no alternative and the president, ultimately, is the person who has the power to make this appointment. that is one of the reason why the confirmation hearings in the senate will be so important. at bare minimum when the president fired comey he guaranteed that the senate hearings about the new fbi director would be dominated by discussions of russia and discussions of the russian probe regarding the 2016 presidential election. if there was any desire or intent to minimize this probe or to sideline this probe, i think there are going to be a lot of unintended consequences here as it's going to dominate the
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discussion of the new fbi director's confirmation. >> there are at least a few republican senators who were troubled with this entire affair. is washington ready? although the president said he could nominate someone within a feud, are they ready for the confirmation process to begin without having all of the details about why the last director was fired? >> well, it's a great question. i think looking forward to this -- this coming week, we know that rod rosenstein, the deputy attorney general, is supposed to appear before the senate for an all senators briefing where they hope to find out some more information. this was something pushed by the democrats and signed off on by the senate majority leader mitch mcconnell significant in and of itself. you know, looking forward, senator richard burr, someone who was, you know, i want to say necessarily a pro-trump senator to begin with, had always kind of taken the russian investigation seriously. his tone shifted after the
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firing, okay? so this is, you know, looking forward, you know, as jim pointed out here, the confirmation hearing becomes about russia. this is not something that goes away any time soon and now you have more republican senators out there openly questioning what is going on. nobody going as far as saying, okay, it's time to get a special prosecutor involved here. but more serious questioning and out in public. >> let me take a turn here. stay on the hill but return to the house, james. this is, first, you're going to hear from special paul ryan in response to a question about the president's tweets on friday. but then you're going to hear from cnn commentator anna navarr navarro. watch. >> i'm going to leave it to the president to talk and defend his tweets. you know what i'm focusing on? what is in my control and that is what is congress doing this solve people's problems. >> i think people examine for leader to step up and condemn that. that you are a republican leader does not mean you are a cult member of a donald trump cult.
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it means you call them as you see them and when he does things that should be applauded you do. when he does things that you should be condemned, you have a spine. you have a conscience and you have loyalty to the country and the constitution of the united states and you speak up! you wake up! you act up! >> do we expect that anything has changed or has been changed by not just the firing, but the president's tweets on friday suggesting tapes that we will hear more from republicans on the hill? >> i think it's troubled a lot of republicans and i know that, in general, republicans on the hill have been bothered by the president's tweeting habits regardless of these particulars specific tweets. but in terms of what the republican congressional leadership is doing it doesn't seem much of an impact and working with the president on a legislative agenda and really don't seem to want to criticize him in any ways that are going to undercut or undermine that
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engaged. speaker ryan in particular was a frequent detractor of the president during the campaign but now that they are partners in governing he has been a little bit more diplomatic how he has discussed his differences with the president. so you've seen a lot of rank in file. i think start to speak out. but i haven't heard very much from leadership at this particular time. >> we could be days away as you said from learning the president's nominee for fbi director. the interviews continue. tom and james, thanks so much. >> thank you. >> today on "state of the union" with jake tapper, the former director of the national intelligence i should say james clapper is on the show, along with senator chuck schumer. that is state of the union with jake tapper at 9:00 a.m. on cnn eastern time. the white house is furious with north korea's later missile launches and vowing to rank up sanctions with north korea continues to be a flag rarant
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we have reporters covering this sto story from angles. good to see all of you. alexandria, help usnd what south korea is saying in reaction to what happened overnight. >> reporter: first of all, they are still trying to figure out what type of missile was launched. it does appear that it reached a higher altitude and that it landed closer to russia than recent previous ballistic missile launches, but this does come just days into the administration of the newly elected south korean president moon who campaigned on platform of greater engagement with north korea on. he has now been forced to quickly respond to this latest provocation from pyongyang and convened a meeting of the national security council. you might expect he was quick to condemn the latest launch but saying the possibility of talks with north korea does remain if
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north korea changes its attitude. a day ago, we heard from a senior north korean diplomat saying they could be open for talks with conditions were correct and heard repeatedly from washington in recent weeks, the door for dialogue remains open if north korea proves it can meet certain requirements in terms of getting on that path to denuclearization. the word from washington in light of this latest ballistic missile launch has been a response which you have heard before. washington now calling on all countries to continue to strictly enforce sanctions against north korea. for more reaction from russia, let's go to my colleague in moscow, matthew chance. matthew? >> reporter: thanks very much. that's right. the white house suggested that they did not match the president putin of russia would be best pleased with the fact that this missile struck so close to russian territory waters. it was a hundred killmeters or 60 miles or so off the coast of in the russian far east and that instinct was absolutely correct
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because within the past few hours, president putin has issued his condemnation of this through his spokesman saying they are concerned about the escalation on the korean peninsula and the launch of that missile and an additional statement issued by the head of the senate essentially that the upper house of the russian parliament defense committee, viktor ozerov said this. so the russians are playing anti-missile defenses on high alert saying they recognize that the target was not the russian federation but, nevertheless because of the proximity of this missile where it landed so close to russian territory, they have placed their forces on a certain degree of alert. i mentioned vladimir putin. he is in the chinese capital
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right now, meeting with xi jinping, the chinese president. he is also -- we also find david mckenzie in beijing where the chinese president is hosting a delegation from north korea. david? >> reporter: that's right. and, matthew, there is not just the north korea delegation but many world leader here in beijing and make no mistake it's deep embarrassing that this missile test has happened right as xi jinping is hosting all of these leaders including putin and other leader. the ministry of foreign affairs telling cnn they oppose any moves from the north koreans like this missile test that break u.n. resolutions. they say everyone need to work together to calm the situation down. but it's also embarrassing because recently president trump and the u.s. has said that china hold the key to fixing the north korean problem by applying pressure on its close ally.
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well, it appears with this latest missile test that china's calls have really landed on deaf ears next door in north korea. >> we thank all of you you chiming in today and getting us up-to-speed. a massive cybersaattack aft an anonymous researcher broke that attack up. a 22-year-old from the uk goes by malware attack. this person does not disclose any of their identity to cnn so why we are say them, they are. eight more candidates now in
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grateful to have you with us always. i'm christi paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. good morning to you. eight people added to the list of candidates trying to replace james comey as fbi director. mike rogers is former member of the house there representing the state of michigan.
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thomas o'connor joins us now, the president of the fbi agents association. thomas, good morning to you. >> good morning to you, guys. happy mother's day to everybody out there that fits that category. >> all right. i'll pass that on to christi. >> thank you! >> i heard you forgot it earlier. >> i did forgot. thanks for bringing up old stuff. tom, get to the topic we are here to discuss. you're endorsing mike rogers and so is your group. you did the same thing in 2013 when now former director james comey got the job. why is rogers the right man for the job? >> so mike rogers is someone that we have worked with for years. he is a former fbi agent, former military officer and a member of the congress. he is someone who we have worked with in his position as congressman on the house intelligence committee and he also has been an ally of the agents. what we are looking for in our next director and we feel it's important for us to have a voice in this selection process and that is why i'm here today.
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it's not normal for us to come out this publicly on thing but we feel it's important that we have that voice because the next director we want to have that person have the principles of understanding the centrality of the fbi agent and understanding what fbi agents do on a daily basis and how their work is so important. and we feel that this gentleman, mike rogers, is someone who fits those principles that we have set forward during one of our conferences years ago. >> full disclosure here. rogers is also a cnn national security analyst. let me ask you about the timing of all of this. and this is something i ask one of our reporters a few moments ago. maybe you saw it. is washington, that was his question. i'm putting it to you. or agents. is the process prepared now to confirm the next director with so much ambiguity surrounding why the previous director was fired?
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>> so what i can comment on that is that director comey enjoyed a widespread support by the fbi agents. he was someone who understood the agents and understood the centrality of the agent to the organization. >> thomas, you know that is not what the president said and not what his deputy press secretary said. i hate to interrupt but i want to remind people of what we heard from the white house. let's play that. >> you take a look at the fbi a year ago, it was in virtual turmoil. less than a year ago. it hasn't recovered from that. >> i've heard from a large number of individuals that work at the fbi that said that they are very happy with the president's decision. >> thankful and grateful she added that many of the people chef spoken with that the fbi were with the pre's sdegs. your assessment of what you heard there. >> well, i am the president of
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the fbi agents association and in that capacity, i have contact with agents across the country. we have five regional representatives that sit on the board of the -- the executive board of the fbi association and those regional reps, they are in touch with the chapter reps which are at each field office. i can tell you that our information and contact with our membership is that director comey enjoyed a very strong support. in an example, this weekend, about 2,000 law enforcement officer rode their bicycles from new jersey in different parts of the country to washington, d.c. for national police week. and this year, the fbi is placing six name on the wall for 9/11 cancers and i rode that ride and i have jerry job, an agent i worked with, his bracelet on me. my wife who also an agent rode for bob roth. last night at the memorial when
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the names were actually announced to be on the wall, we were with one of the families. and the little boy of one of the fallen turned to his mom and said, "we are not alone." that is the kind of thing that director comey understood and without his leadership we would knot have gotten the six names onto that wall and trying to recognize the 15 other agents who are sick from different kansas ci cancers and illnesses based off 9/11. that is something we say the director understood us. >> thomas, one more question here. how has the way that this has happened over the last several days, the way that former director comey learned that he had been fired, how has that impacted the way that the agents who do the work view this president? >> so that is a great question. in that how that they view their work. and that is that fbi agents had case they were working the day
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before director comey was released. they had cases that they were working the day it happened. and i'm here to tell you that they are going to have cases that they are going to be working in the future. the fbi is an organization that has been over a hundred years in the business of investigations. >> yeah. >> we follow the rule of law. we follow the constitution and that is something that we want our next director to be so strong with. the rule of law and following the constitution and supporting the agent population and that is why we picked mike rogers because he is a former agent. he is a former congressman who worked with us on several issues. sam hicks bill, he was very helpful with and what that does if an agent is killed in the line of duty before this bill, his family had to pay for their move back to their home state. now because of his actions, those agents are -- it's paid for by the government for their families to be returned. so things like that. we know that mike rogers has been instrumental in helping us
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and many others and so he understands the agent and that is what we are most important to us as the agents association. >> thomas o'connor, head of the fbi agents association, thanks so much for being with us this morning. >> great. and call your mom. >> i will. thank you, thomas. listen, speaking of moms. the gift of freedom is being granted to incarcerated moms across the country on this mother's day. we are talking to one of the organizers of the mama's bailout movement next. have you ever thought about what it's like to live on native reservation? we travel to a reservation to hear about their struggles. >> what do you think of is the future for native americans in this country? >> people don't realize how tough it is on the reservation. >> reporter: 90% of the people here live below the poverty line.
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cell. here is their message. so let's talk about this with codirector for arranging this mother's day bailout day. mary hooks is with us here. thank you so much for being here, mary. i want to play something from your website real quickly before we get into this. >> we cannot raise our families in communities if our mammas a locked away. in cities all across the country, we are bringing our collective resources to free all of our mothers. we are transimmigrant young and disabled. we need our mammas back in our communities. they bring us love, justice, healing, and compassion. together, we will bring them home. our mothers don't deserve this. our mothers are not disposable. >> powerful statement. anybody who has mom knows your mothers are not disposable.
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listening to that, though, a lot of people might say are you saying that the women that are incarcerated are incarcerated unjustly? >> of course. no one deserves to be in a cage. >> meaning they were arrested unjustly that they are innocent of their crimes? >> unless proven guilty and these are folks who have not had an opportunity to stand before a judge. they have not been convicted nor tried. they haven't told their stories. we live in a country innocent until proven guilty but folks are putting in a cage as they have already been found guilty and they just don't have money to pay their bail in order to -- >> tell us about some of the people that you are talking to that you're helping today. tell us one of their stories. >> we are seeing a myriad. we found a lesbian couple who was sitting in fulton county jail and they had been in there since may 8th and they have not -- they hadn't seen a court -- a judge or anything and according to the law, you have to be seen within 24 to 48 hours
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if you're picked up without a warrant or 72 hours max. and they had not been seen and literally were picked up and put in a cage with a 6-month-old child at home. that is the only place, that is the only means of support that they have is a cage. we are seeing folks who have been in there since january and literally on charges like urban camping, on charges like the use of fighting words. minor traffic violations and people have lost their homes, their jobs, their children, and it's unacceptable. >> so how do you infiltrate the system and how are you able to change it for these people and get some of them back home while they await trial? >> we have used a myriad of tactics nationally. you know, there is local nuances to all of this so we are looking at open record requests. we have very friendly lawyers who are going in. there is places where clergy have played a huge support role. believe it or not, you know,
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there is -- it's about the system that is messed up, not always the individual and so there are some individual that are oftentimes inside that help to, you know, give us our north star in this moment, right? to understand how we navigate the system and get our people out of the cage. >> i was going to ask you that. how receptive are the people in this system that you go to when you plead your case for these women? >> we are not -- are you referring to the people who are working? >> the people in the system. >> yeah. >> how receptive are they? are they listening to you? >> yeah. i think the spirit in which we are doing this, a gentleman told me, he said we have no support but to help you all and we know you're doing something right for humanity. i think we are in a moment everyone is filling the call and mandate to get people out of cages and everyone is seeing their role. whether you're the lead organizer or making the banners for the food, everyone has a role in it. even if you work inside of the
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jails and prison system you have a role in it in term of how our people are treated while in there and in the process and even helping support people getting out. it's been really inspiring. >> mary hooks, thank you for the work you do and happy mother's day to all of those people who are able to spend their day with their kid because of you. thank you. we appreciate it. victor? >> thank you. tough week in washington. we have been talking about it all morning but it means plenty of material for "snl." after the break, a look at how melissa mccarthy brings sean spicer back to tv and, yet, alec baldwin brings along president trump. >> mr. trump! i need to talk to you! have you ever told me to say things that aren't true? >> only since you started working here. first, some people like myself occasionally, who are injured because we really don't take the time to stretch regularly. now there are places with
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insisting all week that you didn't fire him because of his russian investigation. >> no, i didn't. >> but that is obstruction of justice. >> sure. okay. >> wait. so did i get him? is this all over? oh, no? i didn't? nothing matters? absolutely nothing matters any more? fine.
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>> that's right. nothing is going to stop me because i have got the republicans in the palm of my hand. look at this. ding ding ding. >> you called for ice cream, sir? here is two scoops! >> paul ryan? >> yes, sir! >> what a week in washington, wasn't it? it was almost guaranteed alec baldwin would make a return to "saturday night live." he didn't have to take on the white house alone this week. >> melissa mccarthy hosted last night's show and repriseed sean spicer p.m. james comey spicer's future. host of reliable sources brian stelter is with us and comedian pete dominique. what did you think, pete? >> i loved it. absolutely loved it and waited all week for it and very excited to see whether alec baldwin would show up and you love it when melissa mccarthy is on doing anything and playing sean
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spicer was amazing and we knew friday when we saw that she was going through the streets of new york on the movable podium there would be some kind of a bit there. i couldn't wait for it! like always comedy points to the truth. which is the fact that the republicans, he does have the republicans basically waiting on him. nobody has stood up against what happened this week. at least in terms of leadership and i thought that was great. happy mother's day, christi! >> thank you so much, mr. dominic. i appreciate that very much. i want to play another clip here. you mentioned sean spicer. a lot of speculation right now about his role. let's watch. >> now, i'm filling in for sean today. as you know sean is fulfilling his duty as an officer in the naval reserve and that is why he cannot be here. >> i'm pretty sure i can see him hiding in those bush.
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iblet that is a naval exercise he is trying to blend in with his surroundings. are there any more questions? >> i have a question. can you just do this full-time instead of him? >> if he is your friend why is everyone about to say he about to fire you and replace you with sarah? >> oh, bless your heart. the first i'm hearing about that. >> get out. i have to find trump. i'm going to new york! the press interview is over! >> you've got mccarthy last night tearing off pieces of the white house briefing room and throwing them to reporters.
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a number of outlets saying trump is considering a broad shake-up of his team broad pickup to his team but we've been here before. we've heard the president has been before considering changes like this, and oftentimes when he's awningry, trust rated with news cover am of his administration we thinks about making changes. we'll see if he does it or not. mccarthy impression has haunted the white house and spicer for months and it continues to. lot of people are waiting all week to see how far "snl" would push it this weekend. >> these impersonations can be influential. the golden example is sarah pail yinl and tina fey. palin. we know the president has watched the show because he tweeted about it but is he do you think concerned about these
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images, these caricatures of his team? >> i'm sorry, victor, are you asking me to get inside president trump's head? that's far too terrifying. >> you're not up to it? >> his ego is all that matters. he likes people when they're nice to him. he likes "saturday night live" when they're not making fun of him. i tisdisagree with brian stille it. they can go so much further. every week so many completely abnormal, not normal at all bizarre things happen. sean spicer puts himself in that situation when he takes questions outside the white house and near those hedges, near the bushes, whether or not he was in or among them doesn't matter. when the president of the united states yesterday gives the commencement speech at liberty university and says jerry falwell's name several times, they give us so much material by doing these bizarre things. >> they do, they give us a lot
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of material no doubt about it. brian, is there a point though where, is there a line of respe respect? >> pro trump not pro trump, trump loyalists feel that line was crossed a long time ago as opposed to in recent weeks. i think trump loyalists, people who think no jokes at all from "snl" are funny, that was crossed a long time ago. i understand what you're saying, pete, when it comes to ice cream for example. i don't think it's bizarre the president wants two scoops of ice cream. the joke was "time" magazine had dinner with trump and he got one scoop of ice cream. paul ryan bringing the ice cream out on "snl. "the story the republicans not speak being trump are trying to avoid being asked about comey. ryan on friday said i haven't looked at all the tweets trump posted. to me that was funny.
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>> said straight out i'm going to work on things with my constituents and let trump deal with his tweets. so brian and pete, thank you both so much. i hope you have a lovely sunday. >> thanks. >> get home to those daughters, i can't believe they made you work today. happy mother's day, mom. >> all to you as well. thank you, pete. appreciate you. listen, don't forget, brian isn't going anymore, "reliable sources" 11:00 a.m. eastern on cnn. tonight at 9:00 p.m. eastern, anthony bourdain takes in the sights and sounds of la os, a place he calls magical. >> one of the most beautiful, enchanting, lovely, magical, mystical places on earth.
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>> the ocean, i like that they are some of the nicest, kindest and hospitable food craving jep ru generous people going. so glad to be back here, so pretty. it's just incredible. >> and before we go, a shout out to all of you moms out there, we're all just doing the best we can, and as long as their kids know they're loved, we're doing okay. happy mother's day to my mom as well. paul, i appreciate you, i love you, and you are not only such a great mom but great grandmom as well. >> happy mothers day to my mom. she plays a picture on personal
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